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Transcriptome: A Tool for Biotechnological Applications of Quorum Sensing Using Single Cell and Viruses

  • Bhagwan Rekadwad
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Abstract

Cutting edge sequencing (NGS) technology is a sound methodologically for exploration of information of to carry out advanced research in the various field of biology such as microbiology, biotechnology, agricultural microbiology, microbial ecology and community analyses for determination of cellular activities and gene expression under adverse environmental conditions. For the transcriptome analyses and its quantification, RNA-Seq has provided unlimited access to modern bio-analysis. This chapter presents an awful description of quorum sensing, quorum quenching, transcriptome analyses, NGS and correlation as well as an association of microorganism with other organisms such as human, plants, animal, microorganisms (eukaryotes and prokaryotes) and viruses are explained as well. Thus, transcriptome analysis widens the possibilities to get more in-depth/to get more top to bottom information about the modern RNA world in genetically similar cells or in single cell and viruses.

Keywords

Quorum sensing Quorum quenching Plant-microbe interactions Next generation sequencing Microbiome Single cell genomics 

Abbreviations

Dtr machinery

DNA transfer and replication machinery

HOHL

N-(3-hydroxy-octanoyl)-homoserine lactone (3OH,C8-HSL)

T4SS

Type-4 secretion system

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bhagwan Rekadwad
    • 1
  1. 1.National Centre for Microbial Resource, National Centre for Cell SciencePuneIndia

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